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Energy Spirituality Helps Self-Healing from a Marijuana Habit. A Guest Post.

 

Blog-Buddies, this is a Part 2 to yesterday’s Guest Post by ANONYMOUS about how Energy Spirituality skills from my books, plus a small number of personal sessions, helped her to go pot-free. These self-healing skills  can help others, also, to get over a marijuana habit.

Please tell friends who might be open to the idea: You may find significant help from some of my books with self-healing skills: Empath Empowerment in 30 Days, Use your Power of Command for Spiritual Cleansing and Protection and Cut Cords of Attachment for Self-Healing

Important disclaimer: I am not a substance abuse counselor, nor do I have other credentials to help clients or readers with recovery. The same is true for all Energy Spirituality experts I train.

However, some people don’t need that level of expertise to help them break the habit of marijuana (a.k.a. weed, grass, cannabis, pot). If you are one of these people, we might give you just the gentle assist that is needed.

You would start with those three books, in the order just given. One book at a time.

And you might also book one or more Sessions of Energy Spirituality with me or another Energy Spirituality Experts. You must be drug-free for at least three days prior to your appointment. (And, of course, the day of your session as well). If this is possible for you, that’s a good sign!

One session at a time, I can help you to have less STUFF (energetic garbage that is emotional and or spiritual in your energy field). Many clients have found this makes it much, much easier for them to stop using marijuana.

Now it’s your turn to share more of your story, ANONYMOUS.

The Secret Thrill of Fantasy Reality for a Pothead

A weird part about calling myself “Anonymous” involves the stereotypes about druggies that I wanted to buck against back in the day –- assumptions that I’’m some lowlife dirtball — unemployed, playing video games all day, stealing, hurting all those around me.

At the time, it actually thrilled me to be leading this double life. Hey:

  • I’’ve got a well-paying desk job.
  • I look like a priss there.
  • I’’m well-mannered and well-kept.
  • Yes, a highly compassionate, caring and involved individual.

I was using drugs to protect myself from reality, the pain of my upbringing, the hurt I felt throughout the world (including being an unskilled empath). I resented being a human.

Looking back on life with more STUFF and without skills of Empath Empowerment

I’’m not ashamed of my history; I don’’t have any bad feeling about it really.

I did the best I could with the information I had at the time within a culture that romanticizes pot use — from spiritual reasons to all sorts of health concerns.

I was attached to the image of being a highly functioning pothead. (And my version with weed was a morning, noon, and night habit.)

Additionally, I wanted to prove something about hurt and pain to our culture: That, again, we aren’’t all derelicts and dirtballs (those of us who grew up abused and poor). Because of how I look, people were constantly assuming I was that I was from a well off and loving family, and I resented that.

Now what’’s interesting to me? I’’m at this new phase of being comfortable with who I am. Like I said, I’’m happy! I don’’t have this recirculating imprint (subconscious association, emotional STUFF at an astral and subconscious level) of pain in this world anymore.

Yet nothing external has changed in my life. I’m still at the same job. Same husband and child and friends, etc., that I couldn’’t function with before.

I could count the happy moments of my life in a year on one hand before. It was a shockingly foreign state to me since being a child, and I’’m 41 now.

Stronger sense of identity due to less STUFF, more Empath Empowerment skills

Becoming “more of me” has turned out to be nothing to be afraid of. (Secretly I was.)

Practicing the new skill sets of Energy Spirituality on myself has been a boon. Frankly, I’’m glad I had to stop paying for personal sessions and workshops with Rose. It has forced me to work on my own self authority and confidence. And I love it.

Self-authority right on the surface of life

I wanted to share a story about what it is like, being me, of late.

So I’’ve had the same haircut for just years. It’’s one that I’’ve hidden behind (with added glasses to hide behind). Okay, I also used to have a thing about not wanting to stand out.

Well, a couple of months ago I decided to finally get a real “do” and re-up my contact script. Simultaneously I did the technique of Removing Outdated Facade Bodies from Use your Power of Command for Spiritual Cleansing and Protection.

And it’’s been a hoot. I cannot tell you how many people did not recognize me. Co-workers, neighbors, friends I ran into on the street.

It has been hilarious! Oddly enough I actually did become hidden for once, LOL!

This really has been a “soul thrill,” not just the hairdo, but this whole incremental process.

Step by step, actively choosing what I personally wanted MORE of in life with each phone session with Rose… (Framing intentions for a healing session in the positive is a whole process in and of itself. Wow!)

My daily life improving in such mind-blowing, simple, subjective ways. Goofy, yet personally profound, examples. Such as? Using the good utensils for once, stopping eating when I’’m full, cleaning up my diet with ease.

Now I easily can sit down to mediate, or do chores, or do artwork –- not “One step forward, two steps back,” this constant state of anguish and rationalization that used to be my life.

As for the drug use, I’’ve only thought about it twice, both times while bored camping. It had nothing to do with needing weed as a coping mechanism.

I face relationships with adult skills (not trapped with how I was imprinted as a small child). And I can clearly identify my own needs in my relationships at home and work,– empath empowerment skills are used at home and work, also.

Encouragement

I want to end this post with a word of encouragement. In one of my first sessions with Rose, she said how I was mad, so mad at God, for being soooo let down, for being so abandoned and hurt on this Earth.

I had projected all the power of that experience onto my Mom. But to hear the truth of my experience, my deepest fears, hatreds and resentments, put out on the table, done with compassion, with no room for self-pity, with a sense of respect from Rose…

I was given my dignity about all my experiences (“good” and “bad”) when I was living in shame. This Rose is a good egg. I have gratitude for that.

We’’re all works in progress. That is not lost on me (in spite of all my “happy talk”). But now I experience my life on my own terms.

  • I’’m not a reaction-machine; I don’’t personalize; I can clearly see other people’’s limitations.
  • I am assertive and clear about sticky situations. I can see what I want out of life, as it does evolve and change. And I’’m at ease with the pace of it.
  • I feel motivated, confident and loved. Also, I experience these things daily, not annually. My human experience is not blocked or numbed. It’’s welcomed.

I’’m marveling that I’’m the same human being. It feels good to have this reflection today!

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  1. 1

    This was so touching to me, ANOYMOUS. I think what got to me most was your little throwaway, parenthetical statement:

    (those of us who grew up abused and poor).

    You gave us all a lot to ponder, through your generous and honest sharing. I know you have inspired those from my Energy Spirituality Mentoring Program as well as me.

    Thank you so much.

  2. 2
    Anonymous says:

    I humbly state, I’m glad I can be of service – that just by sharing I may be able to help another or just get an important conversation going. You never know what you’re going to set in motion. There’s this innocent sweet power in that, this is new to me. It’s been hard for me to feel that in my life, that I contribute to this world.

    I appreciate the number of people your blog can reach, plus the opportunity to just feel heard and process this myself.

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    Bonnie says:

    Thank you for taking the time and effort to post your experiences, Anonymous. You have a way with words, and your story has really encouraged me to more fully live in my human life.

  4. 4
    Anonymous says:

    to BONNIE – cool 🙂

  5. 5
    Elaine says:

    Wonderful and brave post. It’s so important these days especially, I think, to read and write authentically from the heart. It does help others and it also helps “us” to speak our truth.

  6. 6
    Suzanne says:

    Great posts, anonymous! Congratulations and thanks for sharing this.

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    Amy says:

    Annoymous,

    Thank you so much for how well you describe that state of thinking daily anguish is totally normal. I also used to think it was totally normal to be confused and unsure of yourself day after day. Phew am I glad I found Rose!

    I love, love, love your encouragement to ‘live your life on your own terms’. Self authority all the way! 🙂

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    Valerie says:

    This is beautiful, anonymous! Thank you for sharing.

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    Jill Erin says:

    Anonymous, this is shared in such beautiful language and heart. Thank you so much.

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